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Vascular Surgeons of CNY hopes to add more partners in coming years SYRACUSE — A group of vascular surgeons believes it can continue to grow in its vein of medicine. Vascular Surgeons of CNY, PLLC plans to add two or three partners over the next two years. That would boost it from its current total of five partners to seven or eight. Such an addition would also require more staff members. The practice, which JOURNAL STAFF currently has about 26 employees, including its five surgeon partners, estimates it will need to hire two or three workers for each new partner. Vascular Surgeons of CNY has plenty of experience, according to Dr. Syed Zaman, one of its partners — he’s been practicing vascular surgery since 1976. But it would like to continue to add new blood to make sure it is as familiar as possible with new medical technology and procedures. “It’s essential to stay current,” Zaman says. “Most practices try to take a two-week course and become an expert on a procedure. We believe that we should be fully trained. That’s the best outcome for the patient. That’s the reason we are looking for hopefully more people to join us.” About 4,000 patients visit Vascular

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Dr. Syed Zaman, left, and Dr. Robert Carlin, right, hope to add two or three more partners at Vascular Surgeons of CNY, PLLC in the future. RICK SELTZER/THE CENTRAL NEW YORK BUSINESS JOURNAL

Surgeons of CNY each year. It is located at St. Joseph’s Medical Office Center in suite 1005 at 104 Union Ave. in Syracuse. The surgical practice leases 9,100 square feet there. However, some of its partners also perform surgery at Crouse Hospital in Syracuse. Between 10 percent and 20 per-

cent of its surgeries take place at Crouse, Zaman estimates. Vascular Surgeons of CNY faces challenges as it grows. It is not immune to the declining Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rates affecting the medical community, although Zaman declines to discuss specific rates or the practice’s rev-

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enue and growth projections. Between 70 percent and 75 percent of its patients are on Medicare, Zaman says. But he is confident it will continue to thrive. “It is what it is,” he says. “We can’t change it. We don’t worry about insurance. People need to be taken care of. Having that as the true guiding principal has been very good for us.” A national scarcity of vascular surgeons is also a challenge, according to Dr. Robert Carlin, another one of the practice’s partners. “There’s only 110 people trained a year in vascular across the country, or something like that,” he says. “In terms of the numbers game, it’s not in our favor unless we know people.” Networking is an important aspect of attracting new talent, Carlin adds. Helping to train residents from the State University of New York’s Upstate Medical University in Syracuse has helped the practice’s partners to attract new doctors, he continues. Vascular surgeons are unique in that they’re called upon both to perform surgery and to manage patients, Carlin continues. Many patients continue to visit the practice for years after their surgeries. Carlin cites a nearly 90-year-old patient he has with an inoperable aneurism who comes in for appointments to have his condition checked. “You’ve got endocrinologists, you’ve got thyroid surgeons,” Carlin says. “Cardiologists have the cardiac surgeons. You’ve got vascular surgeons, but there are no vascular medicine people. We manage all these patients, and they stay with us forever.” Vascular Surgeons of CNY is made up of surgeons with the medical expertise to choose between invasive procedures and less invasive procedures, according to Carlin. The common wisdom that less-invasive procedures are always better and less expensive isn’t necessarily true, he says. Sometimes minimally invasive procedures aren’t as long lasting, he continues. And he stresses working with patients to find the right option for their conditions. “All of these devices are really expensive,” he says. Minimally invasive stuff is not necessarily better long-term, and then you’re spending a lot more resources fixing those things. If you have an open aneurism, yeah, you’re in the hospital. But we open them up and they’re done. That’s why we’re so unique. We can choose.” In addition to Zaman and Carlin, Vascular Surgeons of CNY’s partners are Dr. Mark McGurrin, Dr. Timothy Riley, and Dr. Lawrence Semel.  Contact Seltzer at rseltzer@cnybj.com

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Kronenberg: Crouse restructuring necessary given changes in health care SYRACUSE — Crouse Hospital could not avoid restructuring given a current backdrop of Medicare and Medicaid payment cuts, changes in government reimbursements, and new technology, Dr. Paul Kronenberg, president and CEO, says after the hospital made changes including eliminating 100 positions.

is going to be going down. So we said, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not wait until thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s some kind of crisis.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;? Crouse is staring at a $5.1 million reduction in government payments like Medicare and Medicaid in 2013 if sequestration (automatic spending cuts agreed to in the 2011 debt-ceiling talks) takes effect because the federal fiscal-cliff talks fail, according to the hospitalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s budget projections. Even if Congress strikes a deal to avoid sequestration, the Syracuse hospital projects its government payments dropping by $3.4 million. Crouse had not approved a budget for 2013 as of press time. But officials anticipate its budget growing slightly from $354.5 million in 2012. Reductions in government payments in 2013 arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the only upheavals hospitals face, Kronenberg says. Efforts are under â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the main reason you do this way to reduce hospitalizations, slash reis looking at the present and looking at admissions, and possibly cut emergencythe future,â&#x20AC;? he says. room visits, he continues. â&#x20AC;&#x153;One of the things that we have planned â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is quite clear that reimbursement sup- for is reducing the length of stay of our port for hospitals, and patients within the hospital,â&#x20AC;? he says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As journal staff really most providers, some procedures are shifted to an outpatient site, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s another thing that will imCNY Business AdĹ?Ĺ&#x201D;Z[Ĺ&#x201D;KFRORUQREOHHG&1<%-

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Crouse President and CEO Dr. Paul Kronenberg says the hospital had to restructure in the current health-care climate of payment cuts.

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pact us in some way. We have a very large outpatient surgery program, so weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re very well poised for that.â&#x20AC;? Crouse didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t immediately turn to reducing employment levels when it started its cost-cutting and restructuring, according to Kronenberg. It looked at reducing its supply expenses â&#x20AC;&#x201D; trimming those by nearly $3 million this year. And it is attempting to limit high-cost items by reducing duplicate testing and focusing on limiting complications for patients, which can be expensive

for patient and hospital alike. Ultimately, though, Crouse still faced pressure from rising health-care costs and increasing health-care expenses. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You do all of those activities and see whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s left,â&#x20AC;? Kronenberg says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In our case all of those efforts were not going to be sufficient. Our budget would not have positioned us for the future, known and unknown.â&#x20AC;? See crouse, page 7

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New Onondaga County Medical Society president calls for physician involvement SYRACUSE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Dr. Ramsay Farah wants to prescribe more physician advocacy during his year as president of the Onondaga County Medical Society. Farah, who is chief of dermatology at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University and one of three principals at Farah Dermatology and Cosmetics in Syracuse, was installed as the president of the county medical society on journal staff Nov. 8. He takes over for Dr. David Page in leading the 1,764-member organization. The Onondaga County Medical Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mission is to work for patients, physicians, and the community to promote quality health care. Farah recently sat down with The Business Journal to discuss some of his goals as its president. Business Journal: What do you see

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Dr. Ramsay Farah, pictured here in his office, is the 185th president of the Onondaga County Medical Society.

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have a six-figure loan to give back. So one of the things we would want to work with is some sort of student debt-relief program as an incentive to help young physicians who graduate stay in the area. Business Journal: What about new issues? Farah: One of the new issues Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d per-

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A student works on the CCC campus. The college has a new program, called the A.S. in Health Sciences degree program. photo courtesy of cayuga community college

They will then be able to transfer all credits from associate degrees toward bachelor’s degrees at the State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University in Syracuse or New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls. That gives students a much

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Community College,” she says. “And then it will list what course core is required for that transfer institution.” Gilmore started developing the program about a year ago at the request of former Cayuga Community College Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Deborah Moeckel. In mid-August, the college received New York State Education Department and SUNY permission to run it. Initial targets for the health-sciences degree program called for Cayuga Community College to enroll 30 students in it for its first semester. But it has about half that number because the college received permission to market the program only two weeks before the start of classes, Gilmore says. She hopes to reach the 30-student goal in the near future and continue expanding the program, she adds. Gilmore is also looking into partnering with other colleges as part of the program. She has already asked to add Broome Community College, she says. “We are reaching out not only to other four-year schools, but two-year schools where students can do some general education classes and prerequisites here,” Gilmore says. “I think you’ll see those partners grow.” In addition, SUNY Upstate wants Cayuga Community College to add a physician-asSee CCC, page 7

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of the Decker School of Nursing. Often, she says, students can only go to school part time because they must maintain a full-time job to support themselves and their families. The grant will help eliminate that scenario for 15 full-time students at the school, and provide some financial assistance for eight part-time students as well, she says. The two-year program is already at capacity with about 160 students, Ferrario says. The school almost can’t churn out graduates fast enough to meet the demand for primary-care providers across the Southern Tier region. A nurse practitioner receives graduate-level training and is licensed to treat both physical and mental conditions, Ferrario says. Nurse practitioners can provide physical exams, order and interpret diagnostic tests, diagnose certain diseases and provide treatment, and prescribe medication. They fill an important role in the medical community, bridging the gap between the demand for primary care and the low number of primary-care physicians, Ferrario says. That’s why the grant is so important, she says. It will enable students

Sitrin plans military treatment facility NEW HARTFORD — About a year after launching its Military Rehabilitation Program, Sitrin Health Care Center unveiled plans to build a treatment center on its Camp Sitrin campus where members of the military can receive treatment in a holistic environment. Sitrin began the program in November 2011, says Jacqueline Warmuth, director of clinical rehabilitation services at Sitrin. It took Sitrin several years to develop the program after it learned of the need for treatment opjournal staff tions for soldiers returning from overseas conflicts. Many soldiers are sent to Texas for

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to focus on their schooling without having to work, which means they can get through the program faster as full-time students and join the work force sooner. Currently, the program graduates between 30 and 35 students a year, she says, but she expects that number to increase with this grant assistance. Jo Ann Ernst is one of the Decker students who will benefit from the grant funding. A working nurse, Ernst says she returned to school after a number of years working at a local hospital. The grant enables her to focus on her students without financial burden, she said in a release. “I’m not worried that I really should be working, and now I can start my day and hit the books,” she said. “My first two years, I was a part-time student and also working, and I found that very difficult. Now I am a full-time student and this grant helps me not spread myself too thin.” The Decker School has received grant funding to assist students in the past, Ferrario says, but this award is the largest the school has ever received. Typically, the grants were in the $40,000 to $50,000 range. “It is a huge amount of money

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compared with what we usually get,” Ferrario says. The school received “every penny” it asked for in its grant application, she adds. The Decker School of Nursing offers undergraduate nursing programs and several graduate

An artist’s rendering of the new Military Rehabilitation Program treatment center on the Sitrin Health Care Center campus in New Hartford. rendering courtesy of sitrin health care center

treatment due to a lack of treatment options in the Northeast, Warmuth says. Sitrin’s program treats military members for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injuries, post-acute substance abuse, and other combat-related conditions. Many times, Warmuth notes, these are “hidden injuries” because the person may look perfectly fine on the outside. But for many soldiers who have served in combat zones, something as simple as dining in a restaurant can become nerve wracking with even the innocent sound of dishes clattering, she says. Sitrin currently treats program participants both on an outpatient basis and through its inpatient rehabilitation unit. The problem, Warmuth says, is that the unit has only 46 beds, which are typically filled on a daily basis with orthopedic patients, those who have suffered strokes, and others requiring short-term rehabilitation.

“On a daily basis, we might have one bed open” for military-program patients, she says. The proposed $6 million treatment facility will take care of that with 31 beds in a facility located on the 142-acre Camp Sitrin property on Graffenburg Road in Frankfort. The treatment center will focus primarily on providing care to military members, but will also provide care to non-military members with similar problems. Along with patient rooms, the treatment center will also feature a dining facility, conference rooms, and both group and individual-treatment space. The most important feature, Warmuth says, may well be the environment that will surround the treatment center. With a 10acre lake, room to hike, and even an option to ride horses, Camp Sitrin will provide a serene environment to help patients heal, she says.

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“The environment they’re in makes such a huge difference,” Warmuth notes. In addition, with physical fitness playing such a huge role in the military, it’s important that Sitrin can offer physical activity as well as other treatment options so it is treating patients as a whole, she says. Sitrin has just begun fundraising for the project, and kicked things off with its inaugural Stars and Stripes Run/Walk on Sept. 29 at SUNY Institute of Technology. More than 500 people participated in the event, which raised $70,000 for the project. “We are overwhelmed by the support from the community,” Rosemary Bonacci, Sitrin’s vice president of development and communications, said in a news release about the event. “Realizing what our nation’s heroes do for us each day, it’s our turn to give back and provide them with the best care possible.” While Sitrin was able to raise funds for the project through the Stars and Stripes event, the organization hasn’t launched a formal capital campaign yet, Bonacci says. She expects to announce such a campaign in the near future. The new treatment center will be the fourth phase of a six-phase, $68 million master plan at Sitrin. The first three phases included the construction of Sitrin’s Cedarbrook Assisted Living facility, building nine long-term-care homes, and enlarging and renovating Sitrin’s medical rehabilitation unit. The fifth phase will include building a new equine-assisted therapy center, while the final phase is the construction of a new athletic training facility. See sitrin, page 7

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CROUSE: Many of the jobs cut in the second round were union positions Continued from page 3

So Crouse initiated two rounds of position cuts. At the end of October, it announced about 30 eliminations, then shared news of 70 more at the beginning of November. The first round of cuts included 24 management positions. The second round was more wide-ranging. It included 23 vacant positions but also 16 licensed practical nurse (LPN) positions. Many of the positions cut in the second round were union positions, meaning some employees can exercise bumping rights and move into positions occupied by workers with less seniority. The bumping process lengthened the time frame over which the cuts played out, but all positions were slated to be eliminated around the end of November. Of the 100 positions eliminated, 55 workers are on a severance program. The LPN cuts came amid technological

changes, Kronenberg says. “As you go to a different system of care involving the use of electronic medical records, the nurse taking care of patients now becomes the person — as opposed to the unit secretary — that needs to be able to take off the orders that are written into the electronic medical record,” he says. “That is outside the license of the LPN.” Crouse also closed an outpatient diabetes program it operated at 305 Vine St. in the village of Liverpool as part of its restructuring. That center had four employees and hosted 752 patient visits in 2011. Kronenberg stresses that the Crouse job cuts, which bring the hospital down to 2,230 full-time-equivalent positions, do not reflect a hospital that is losing patients. Between 2006 and 2011, its discharges grew 11.4 percent to 24,395, its outpatient cases increased 10.7 percent to 253,976,

and its emergency-room and urgent-care visits jumped 19.5 percent to 66,741. “You need to grow revenue and reduce your costs,” Kronenberg says. “You grow your revenue mainly by attracting physicians to practice at your hospital and patients to come to your hospital. It’s something that we’ve continued to work on.” The restructuring was not tied to a recently announced agreement between Crouse and the city of Syracuse that has the hospital making $50,000 annual payments to the city for four years. The payments come amid a push by Mayor Stephanie Miner to generate revenue from tax-exempt properties. As a nonprofit institution, Crouse is exempt from property taxes. “It was a discussion that the mayor actually started during the summer or before the summer,” Kronenberg says. “We made the decision at that time to do what we

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on the nuts and bolts of medical education, but I think increasingly now with the way society and government is evolving, we can’t really turn away from that. One of the things I’d like to do is approach the residency programs, the program directors and chiefs, and ask them whether the medical society and its volunteers could give the residents in training a series of lectures on advocacy. I don’t know whether this could be a reality or not, but it would be wonderful if, just like the residents rotate through different departments in a hospital, we could get some local legislators on board and have one day out of the year where a resident goes to their office. I think it’s important because it would make the residents feel that these local legislators are not unreach-

able. Business Journal: That seems to tie in to one of the themes in an inaugural speech you gave when you became medical society president. You made the case that medical care is a place of conflict because it is important to governments and employers. You wanted doctors to recognize that and make themselves heard. Farah: Yes, because I think they’re in a unique position to speak up. And I think what they have to say is very worthwhile. They’re in the trenches. They’re seeing people. I don’t think anyone else has as unique a perspective about the delivery of health care. Business Journal: You also drew a parallel between today and the 19th century, when doctors needed to come together to standardize their education and licensing. Farah: There are always socio-economic

factors that influence the nature of medical care and how it’s delivered. That was true in the 1800s, and it’s true now. The particular issues may be different. In the 1800s it was an issue of legitimacy. And slowly but surely doctors overcame that. In our time, I think the issues are mainly financial issues. For us to have a sustainable model of health-care delivery, it has to change within the restrictions of our modern economy and our society and its expectations. Business Journal: Speaking of financial issues, Medicare solvency is another item that you identified in your inaugural speech. The 2013 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule rule calls for a 26.5-percent reduction in physician payments. That sounds like a scary number. Farah: It is a scary number. And there are many authorities who say there is just

no way that can happen. That would be like sinking the Medicare ship. It wouldn’t survive. So they have to try and find the money from some sector so that they can avoid this and come up with a payment model that is sustainable over future years. Are we going to raise the minimum age at which people become eligible for Medicare? Are wealthier individuals going to have to pay proportionally higher Medicare taxes to fund the growing population that will enter into Medicare? Is there going to be a cut in Medicare reimbursements? How deep are they going to go? There are all sorts of issues. And they still have to be worked out. So that’s why we need to step up to the plate and be part of the discussion in a united manner. q Contact Seltzer at rseltzer@cnybj.com

CCC: Students may also have the chance to become more familiar with their chosen fields Continued from page 5

sistant career track, according to Gilmore. That addition will require faculty members to start teaching some new courses, but it will hopefully be up and running by next fall, she says. Cayuga Community College’s admissions department is putting students in touch with

transfer counselors at the program’s partner institutions. That will give students familiarity with SUNY Upstate and New York Chiropractic College before they ever set foot in classes at those institutions, Gilmore says. Students may also have the chance to become more familiar with their chosen fields. Gilmore is attempting to set up

a Cayuga Community College internship class for the program’s spring semester. The internships will likely take place in the Auburn area, although they could grow to places like SUNY Upstate, Gilmore says. “Students could rotate through the different departments and maybe feel more confident in their choice of concentration,”

she says. “Some of the concentrations are very patient-intensive and some, like medical technology, are not. Sometimes the students aren’t really prepared for that, so we’re hoping to give them a little taste of each department.” q Contact Seltzer at rseltzer@cnybj.com

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Phone/Website Laboratory Alliance of Central New York, LLC

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(315) 453-7200/laboratoryalliance.com

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Johnson City, NY 13790

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Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

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Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

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(315) 464-4460/upstate.edu/pathology

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Y

Y

Y

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Y

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84

Y

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Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

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Y

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5

Y

Daniel Sudilovsky, M.D., Laboratory

Cayuga Medical Center at Ithaca Clincal Lab

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

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(607) 274-4474/cayugamed.org

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50

Y

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1

Y

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North Syracuse, NY 13212

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Rafiqa Fazili, Laboratory Director

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Y

Y

Y

Vickie Walczak, Technical Director-

(315) 458-5592/questdiagnostics.com

9.

Cortland Regional Medical Center (labs) 134 Homer Ave. Cortland, NY 13045

Laboratory Services

(607) 756-3618/cortlandregional.org

10.

Bassett Healthcare Network -Herkimer Laboratory 321 East Albany Street Herkimer, NY 13350

N

N

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

William F. Streck, CEO

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Name Address Phone/Website Stafkings Healthcare Systems, Inc. 66 Hawley St. Binghamton, NY 13902 (607) 772-8080/stafkingshealthcare.com VNA Homecare 1050 W. Genesee St. Syracuse, NY 13204 (315) 476-3101/477HOME.org Home Aides of Central New York 723 James St. Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 476-4295/eldercarecny.org Franciscan Companies 333 Butternut Drive, Suite 100 DeWitt, NY 13214 (315) 458-3600/FranciscanCompanies.com All Metro Health Care 526 Old Liverpool Road Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 453-5537/all-metro.com PACE CNY-Loretto Geriatric Center Licensed Home Care Agency 177 Lawrence Road East North Syracuse, NY 13212 (315) 452-5800/pacecny.org UHS Home Care 4401 Vestal Parkway East Vestal, NY 13850 (607) 763-5600/uhs.net St. Joseph's Certified Home Health Care Agency 7246 Janus Park Drive Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 458-2800/sjhomecare.com Interim HealthCare 3300 James St., Suite 201 Syracuse, NY 13206 (315) 437-4500/interimhealthcare.com Visiting Nurse Association of Utica & Oneida County, Inc. 2608 Genesee St. Utica, NY 13502 (315) 624-8900/faxtonstlukes.com/vna Hospice of Central New York 990 Seventh North St. Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 463-1100/hospicecny.org At Home Independent Care, Inc. 409 Columbia St. Utica, NY 13503 (315) 797-4642/rcil.com Lourdes at Home 4102 Old Vestal Road Vestal, NY 13850 (607) 772-1598/lourdes.com Integrity Home Care Services 813 Fay Road Syracuse, NY 13219 (315) 468-1484/st-camillus.org Family Home Care Services 1019 E. Water St. Elmira, NY 14901 (607) 737-1351/familyservicesofchemung.com Acacia Home Care 2150 Bleecker St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 266-0614/acaciahomecare.org Comfort Keepers 1201 E. Fayette St., Ste 23 Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 474-0444/comfortkeepers.com Visiting Nurse Service of Ithaca & Tompkins County 138 Cecil A. Malone Drive Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 273-0466/vnsithaca.org Home Care for Cortland County 111 Port Watson St. Cortland, NY 13045 (607) 753-9326 St. Camillus Home Care Agency 813 Fay Road Syracuse, NY 13219 (315) 488-2831/st-camillus.org Family & Children's Society, Inc. 257 Main St. Binghamton, NY 13905 (607) 729-6206/familycs.org Hospitals Home Health Care, Inc. 113 Schuyler St., Suite 3 Fulton, NY 13069 (315) 598-6806/hh-homecare.org CNY Infusion Services 333 Butternut Drive, Suite 102 DeWitt, NY 13214 (315) 424-7027/cnyinfusion.com Oswego County Health Dept. 70 Bunner St. Oswego, NY 13126 (315) 349-3548/oswegocounty.com St. Elizabeth Home Care 14 Foery Drive Utica, NY 13501 (315) 797-9770/stemc.org

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RNs 85

LPNs 119

Number of:

Certified? — Licensed? N — Y

Services Offered1 SN

Key Management Daniel J. King, President Carter C. King, Vice President

281

86

33

84

52

Y — Y

MSW, NT, Ped., RH, SN, ST

M. Kate Rolf, President & CEO

1890

207

7

2

0

28

N — Y

SN

Sandra H. Martin, President

1966

204

7

2

0

7

N — Y

DME, SN

Frank L. Smith, President & CEO

1985

200

0

0

0

200

N — Y

SN

Christine Rossillo, Branch Manager

1955

101

0

3

2

28

N — Y

DME, MSW, NT, RH, SN, ST

1997

2

43

0

11

8

25

Y — Y

DME, MSW, NT, RH, SN, ST

Penny B. Abulencia, Executive Director Derek Pierce, CFO Karen Anthony, Director Of Clinical Services Ginny Turley, Director of Marketing & Intake Joseph Cerra, President & CEO

70

25

12

0

27

5

39

Y — Y

MSW, NT, ON, Ped., RH, SN, ST

Melissa Allard, Director of Patient Services

1987

127

12

50

65

0

0

0

-

N — Y

Ped., SN

Neil Bronstein, President Sally Hoffman, Branch Manager Bonnie Rosser, Director of Healthcare

1975

117

42

3

56

0

11

4

50

Y — N

RH, SN, ST

Scott H. Perra, President/CEO

1915

110

39

1

1

0

0

0

32

Y — Y

DME, MSW, NT, Ped., SN, ST

Cynthia Chandler, CEO Tom Maroney, Chief Fiscal Officer Judith Setla, Medical Director

1985

108

4

1

0

100

0

0

0

N — Y

SN

Burt J. Danovitz, Ph.D., CEO

2009

80

31

5

10

0

9

1

-

Y — Y

MSW, NT, Ped., SN, ST

Rochelle Eggleton, Director

1999

74

6

3

45

0

0

0

22

N — Y

SN

Aileen Balitz, President Heather Kemmis, VP Home Care Diane Bocyck, Director of Patient Services

1996

64

4

0

60

0

0

0

3

N — Y

-

Ted Kordela, Executive Director Kathy Brink, Home Care Director Terry Swank, CFO

1972

62

10

1

7

0

12

7

5

Y — Y

MSW, NT, SN, ST

Susan Spring Keeler, Director of Patient Services

2004

60

2

0

30

0

0

0

30

N — Y

-

Michele Webber, RN Director of Clinical Services/President of IMW Corporation d.b.a. Comfort Keepers.

2004

55

8

4

16

0

5

2

-

Y — Y

MSW, NT, SN, ST

Sue Ellen Stuart, Executive Director Wendy Regeczi, Director of Patient Services

1985

55

0

15

37

0

0

0

3

N — Y

-

Robert Austin, Executive Director

1972

52

20

4

0

0

14

5

15

Y — N

MSW, NT, RH, SN, ST

Aileen Balitz, President Heather Kemmis, VP Home Care Christine Reale, Director of Patient Services

1983

50

5

0

20

0

0

0

-

N — Y

MSW

Frederick DuFour, Executive Director

1941

36

19

3

0

0

3

1

-

Y — N

MSW, NT, RH, SN, ST

Melissa Allard, Administrator Sheila Kirby, Director of Patient Services

1991

25

12

0

0

0

0

0

0

N — Y

NT, ON, Ped., SN

April Stone, CEO Renee Sadowski, COO Cara Jean, Director of Clinical Operations

1994

23

23

6

2

0

0

0

9

Y — N

MSW, NT, Ped., RH, SN, ST

1972

20

6

0

1

0

8

3

-

Y — N

MSW, NT, SN, ST

Jiancheng Huang, Interim Director of Public Health Kathryn O. Caltabiano, Director of Patient Services Jessica Fischer, Interim Director

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PTs 0

OTs 0

Other 136

0

18

8

198

0

0

11

56

0

5

15

180

180

28

18

173

68

172

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TOP RANKS: CENTRAL NEW YORK HOSPITALS Ranked by No. of Licensed Beds in CNY Rank

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Name Address Phone/Website UHS1 10-42 Mitchell Ave. Binghamton, NY 13903 (607) 762-2176/uhs.net Upstate University Hospital 750 E. Adams St. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 464-5540/upstate.edu Crouse Hospital 736 Irving Ave. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 470-7701/crouse.org Arnot Health2 600 Roe Ave. Elmira, NY 14905 (607) 737-4100/arnothealth.org St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center 301 Prospect Ave. Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 448-5111/sjhsyr.org Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare 1656 Champlin Ave. Utica, NY 13502 (315) 624-6000/faxtonstlukes.com Samaritan Medical Center 830 Washington St. Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 785-4000/samaritanhealth.com Lourdes Hospital 169 Riverside Drive Binghamton, NY 13905 (607) 798-5111/lourdes.com Rome Memorial Hospital 1500 N. James St. Rome, NY 13440 (315) 338-7000/romehospital.org Cayuga Medical Center 101 Dates Drive Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 274-4498/cayugamed.org St. Elizabeth Medical Center 2209 Genesee St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 798-8100/stemc.org Cortland Regional Medical Center 134 Homer Ave. Cortland, NY 13045 (607) 756-3500/cortlandregional.org Oswego Health 110 W. Sixth St. Oswego, NY 13126 (315) 349-5500/oswegohealth.org Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center 214 King St. Ogdensburg, NY 13669 (315) 393-3600/claxtonhepburn.org Oneida Healthcare 321 Genesee St. Oneida, NY 13421 (315) 363-6000/oneidahealthcare.org Auburn Community Hospital 17 Lansing St. Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 255-7011/auburnhospital.org Canton-Potsdam Hospital 50 Leroy St. Potsdam, NY 13676 (315) 265-3300/cphospital.org E.J. Noble Hospital of Gouverneur 77 W. Barney St. Gouverneur, NY 13642 (315) 287-1000/ejnoble.com Lewis County General Hospital 7785 North State St. Lowville, NY 13367 (315) 376-5200/lcgh.net Massena Memorial Hospital One Hospital Drive Massena, NY 13662 (315) 769-4200/massenahospital.org Carthage Area Hospital 1001 West St. Carthage, NY 13619 (315) 493-1000/carthageareahospital.com Community Memorial Hospital 150 Broad St. Hamilton, NY 13346 (315) 824-1100/communitymemorial.org Clifton-Fine Hospital 1014 Oswegatchie Trail Star Lake, NY 13690 (315) 848-3351/cliftonfinehospital.org River Hospital 4 Fuller St. Alexandria Bay, NY 13607 (315) 482-2511/riverhospital.org

No. of: RNs — LPNs 1,353 — 168

2011: Total Net Revenue — Net Income ($ millions) $670.7 — $16.7

No. of Licensed Beds in CNY 733

No. of FTE Employees 5,670

No. of Licensed Physicians 558

715

9,129

1,160

1,077 — 30

NA — NA

506

2,700

800

985 — 26

$365 — NA

478

3,450

107

764 — 142

431

3,745

441

372

3,100

294

2

Year Estab. 1981

David R. Smith, M.D., Upstate Medical University President John McCabe, M.D., CEO, Upstate University Hospital Paul Kronenberg, M.D., CEO

1965

NA — NA

Anthony J. Cooper, CEO

1888

1,734 — 696

$523 — $7

Kathryn H. Ruscitto, President & CEO

1869

441

755 — 87

$288.6 — $3.2

Scott H. Perra, President & CEO

1957

1,191

19

378 — 87

$177.9 — $193.1

Thomas H. Carman, CEO

1969

267

2,396

357

362 — 53

$277.3 — $33.8

David Patak, CEO

1925

210

820

220

218 — 26

$88 — $1

Basil J. Ariglio, President & CEO

1887

203

1,250

280

0 — 0

$162.3 — $16.8

Rob Mackenzie, President & CEO

1879

201

1,657

311

531 — 36

$206.2 — $2

Richard H. Ketcham, President & CEO

1866

166

875

90

200 — 50

$95.3 — $0.8

Brian R. Mitteer, President & CEO

1891

164

846

143

258 — 77

$110.6 — ($2.7)

Ann Gilpin, President & CEO

1881

130

813

61

176 — 34

$92.5 — $2.4

Mark Webster, President & CEO

1885

101

782

118

165 — 22

$85.1 — $1.5

Gene F. Morreale, President & CEO

1899

99

734

162

191 — 25

$95 — ($0)

Scott A. Berlucchi, President & CEO

1878

94

706

94

129 — 29

$139.6 — $64.7

David Acker, President & CEO

1922

87

246

35

41 — 24

$20 — $1

Charles P. Conole, CEO

1952

54

600

NA

NA — NA

$56.3 — NA

Eric Burch, CEO

1931

50

369

45

104 — 23

$94.7 — $52.1

Charles F. Fahd, II , CEO

1952

48

480

NA

NA — NA

$44.7 — NA

Adil Ameer, Interim Administrator/CEO

1965

36

446

54

75 — 25

$41 — ($1)

Sean Fadale, President & CEO

1952

20

70

NA

NA — NA

$6.5 — NA

Robert Kimmes, CEO/Administrator

1951

15

241

NA

NA — NA

$14.3 — NA

Benjamin Moore, CEO

2003

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted. 1

Top Executive Matthew J. Salanger, CEO

1887

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 10/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

UHS includes the following hospitals: Wilson Medical Center, Binghamton General Hospital, Chenango Memorial Hospital, and Delaware Valley Hospital. Arnot Health includes Arnot Ogden Medical Center, St. Joseph’s Hospital in Elmira, and Ira Davenport in Bath. They merged in 2011.

Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

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TOP RANKS: CNY HOSPITAL-SUPPORTING FOUNDATIONS Ranked by Most Current Fiscal Year Net Assets Rank

Company Address Phone/Website

Net Assets ($ millions) — Fiscal Year

Total Disbursements ($ millions)

Total Revenue ($ millions)

Total Expenses ($ millions)

Surplus/(Deficit) for the Year ($ millions)

No. of Board Members

Key Staff

Year Estab.

1.

Foundation for Upstate Medical University 750 E. Adams St. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 464-4416/upstate.edu/foundation

$62.9 — 12-31-2011

$3.19

$8.4

$5.3

$3.1

42

Eileen Pezzi, VP for Development

1976

2.

Rome Memorial Hospital Foundation, Inc. 1500 W. Dominick St. Rome, NY 13440 (315) 338-7181/romehosp.org

$24.4 — 12-31-2010

$0

$86.4

$86.4

$0.1

14

Ann Walseman, Assistant Director

1989

3.

St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center Foundation 973 James St. Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 703-2137/sjhsyr.org/sjhhc/stj_about_4.asp

$24.3 — 12-31-2010

$3.27

$4.9

$4

$0.9

10

Margaret R. Martin, VP Marketing, Communications & Development

1977

4.

Crouse Health Foundation 736 Irving Ave. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 470-7702/crouse.org/give/foundation/

$22.1 — 12-31-2010

$2.03

$2.6

$2.8

($0.2)

42

Carrie Berse, President

1974

5.

Lourdes Hospital Foundation, Inc. 169 Riverside Drive Binghamton, NY 13905 (607) 798-5684/lourdes.com

$20.7 — 10-31-2012

$1.63

$5.1

$2.1

$3

28

Robert O'Connell, President

1982

6.

United Health Services Foundation, Inc. 10-42 Mitchell Ave. Binghamton, NY 13903 (607) 762-2171/uhs.net/foundation

$15.8 — 12-31-2011

$1.5

$2.3

$1.9

$0.4

29

Betsy Pietriyk, Executive Director

1982

7.

Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center Foundation 503 Mansion Ave. Ogdensburg, NY 13669 (315) 393-9175/claxtonhepburn.org

$12.8 — 12-31-2010

$0.18

$0.6

$0.6

$0.1

13

Cindy Clusen, Executive Director

1984

8.

Canton-Potsdam Hospital Foundation 50 Leroy St. Potsdam, NY 13676 (315) 265-3300/cphospital.org

$10.6 — 12-31-2010

$0

$0.8

$0.3

$0.4

17

Laura Cordts, Executive Director

1993

9.

Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare Foundation 1676 Sunset Ave. Utica, NY 13502 (315) 624-5600/mvnhealth.com/foundation

$9 — 12-31-2010

$1

$3.7

$1.6

$2.1

14

Eileen Pronobis, Executive Director

1989

10.

Arnot Ogden Medical Center Foundation 600 Roe Ave. Elmira, NY 14905 (607) 737-4221/aomc.org

$7.3 — 12-31-2010

$0.24

$0.6

$0.5

$0.1

23

Victor H. Goldman, Director

1978

11.

Samaritan Foundation of Northern New York 830 Washington St. Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 785-5745/samaritanhealth.com

$5.9 — 12-31-2010

$0.33

$0.9

$0.7

$0.2

35

Beth Fipps, Executive Director

1995

12.

Cortland Memorial Foundation, Inc. 134 Homer Ave. Cortland, NY 13045 (607) 756-3757/cortlandregional.org/support/foundation.cfm

$4.7 — 12-31-2011

$0.16

$0.8

$0.3

$0.5

21

Deborah Nadolski, Executive Director

1978

13.

Auburn Hospital System Foundation, Inc. 17 Lansing St. Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 253-1715/auburnhospital.org/giving/foundation.php

$2.5 — 12-31-2010

$0

$0.2

$0

$0.2

12

Patrick Facteau, Executive Director

2001

14.

St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation Elmira 555 St. Joseph's Blvd. Elmira, NY 14901 (607) 737-7004/stjosephs.org

$2.4 — 12-31-2010

$0.83

$1

$1.3

($0.3)

37

Kathy Gray, Manager of Volunteer Services/ Foundation

1984

15.

Chenango Memorial Hospital Foundation, Inc. 179 N. Broad St. Norwich, NY 13815 (607) 337-4510/uhs.net

$2.1 — 12-31-2011

$0.05

$0

$0.1

($0.1)

19

Deb Cassavaugh, Executive Director

1985

16.

St. Elizabeth Medical Center Foundation 2209 Genesee St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 734-4440/stemc.org/foundation

$1.7 — 12-31-2010

$0

$0.8

$0.9

($0.1)

22

Andrea LaGatta, Director of Development

1984

17.

Carthage Area Hospital Foundation, Inc. 318 State St. Carthage, NY 13619 (315) 492-0114/carthagehospital.com

$1.3 — 12-31-2011

$0.01

$0.1

$0.3

($0.1)

13

Natalie Burnham, Executive Director

1995

18.

Massena Memorial Hospital Foundation 1 Hospital Drive Massena, NY 13662 (315) 769-4273/mmhfoundation.net

$1.2 — 12-31-2011

$0.08

$0.1

$0.2

($0.1)

17

Juila R. Rose, Executive Director

1985

19.

Oneida Healthcare Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 705 Oneida, NY 13421 (315)-361-2169/oneidahealthcare.org

$1 — 12-31-2010

$0.17

$0.2

$0.2

($0.1)

12

Joanne Ernenwein, Director of Development

1969

20.

River Hospital Foundation 4 Fuller St. Alexandria Bay, NY 13607 (315) 482-2511/riverhospital.org

$0.5 — 12-31-2010

$0.07

$0.2

$0.2

$0

12

Andrea Bates, Executive Director of Development

2003

.

Community Memorial Hospital Foundation 150 Broad St. Hamilton, NY 13346 (315) 824-6080/communitymemorial.com

$0.5 — 12-31-2010

$0.4

$0.3

$0.4

($0.1)

14

David Buran, Director of Development

2001

22.

Lewis County General Hospital Foundation 7785 North State St. Lowville, NY 13367 (315) 376-5200/lcgh.net

$0.1 — 12-31-2011

$0.03

$0.2

$0.1

$0.1

11

Timothy O'Connor, Executive Director

2001

Information was gathered from foundation websites and GuideStar.org. Financial information as reported on most recently filed IRS Form 990. Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

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TOP RANKS: INDEPENDENT-LIVING FACILITIES Ranked by No. of Units Rank

Name Address Phone/Website

Minimum No. of Age Units Requirement Monthly Rate Amenities Offered 212 NA varies with size full kitchens, housekeeping, linen service, utilities included except telephone, free WiFi, of residence free communal laundry, free covered carports, full-service bank, regularly scheduled local transportation, use of all communal facilities, new flexible meal plan option

Leasing Agent or Contact Betsy Schermerhorn, Director, Marketing and Admissions

Parent/Co-Owner Headquarters Kendal Corp.

Year Estab. 1995

Ithacare Center Service Co. Inc. — Ithaca, NY

1974

1.

Kendal at Ithaca 2230 N. Triphammer Road Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 266-5300/http://kai.kendal.org

2.

Longview, an Ithacare Community 1 Bella Vista Drive Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 375-6300/ithacarelongview.com

196

55

3.

The Hearth at Greenpoint 150 Old Liverpool Road Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 453-7911/thehearth.net/Greenpoint.php

186

55

starts at $2,150

studio, one, and two bedroom apartments, three nutritious meals, housekeeping, laundry and linen service, library, beauty salon/ barbershop, social hour activity programs, worship events, transportation, seasonal events and holiday celebrations, exercise/ wellness class, personal-care assistance, health-care monitoring

Nathan Nosel, Director of Community Relations Jen Musuta, Director of Community Relations

Hearth Management, LLC

1992

4.

The Nottingham 1301 Nottingham Road Jamesville, NY 13078 (315) 445-9242/thenottingham.org

178

62

$1,999 to $5,200

private parking garages, lifestyle programs, library, family meeting rooms, restaurantstyle dining

Marcy Cole, Admissions Representative

Loretto — Syracuse, NY

1988

5.

Good Shepherd Village at Endwell 32 Village Drive Endwell, NY 13760 (607) 757-3100/gsvillage.com

154

62

call for info

Good Shepherd Communities

2009

6.

The Meadows at Middle Settlement 4310 Middle Settlement Road New Hartford, NY 13413 (315) 624-9915/presbyterianhome.com/ independent/meadows.php

149

62

based upon earnings

utilities, home delivered meals, laundry, parking, priority admission for nursing home care, wellness center

Ann Marie Vallese, Rental Agent Presbyterian Homes & Services, Inc.

1976

7.

The Masonic Care Community of New York 2150 Bleecker St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 798-4800/mccny.com

135

62

varies

private dining room; cafe for breakfast and lunch; lounge and sunroom with fireplaces; library with Internet access; full-time activities coordinator; scheduled courtesy transportation

Linda Rae Avolio, Retirement Counselor Cindy Cooperwheat, Retirement Counselor

Trustees of the Masonic Hall & Asylum Fund

1893

8.

Preswick Glen 55 Preswick Drive New Hartford, NY 13413 (315) 734-9586/preswickglen.com

124

60

call for info

full-service restaurant & cafe, apartments and cottages include private porches/patios, washer and dryer, fully equipped kitchens, housekeeping, scheduled transportation to medical appointments, calendar of activities, fitness center, nutrition and wellness programs, library

Meg C Cardamone, Executive Director Jim Nolan, Senior Living Specialist

Presbyterian Homes & Services, Inc.

2007

9.

Villas of Summerfield 100 Summerfield Village Lane Syracuse, NY 13215 (315) 492-4041/brookdaleliving.com/villas-ofsummerfield.aspx

84

0

starting at $2,740

one and two-bedroom apartments, wall-to-wall carpeting, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, emergency-response system, telephone and cable hookup, large closets, walk-in shower or tub/shower combination, small pets allowed, restaurant-style dining program, housekeeping services, diverse programming and outings, transportation services, fitness and wellness programs, 24-hour staff

Linda Pekarsky, Executive Director Mary Binsley, Sales Manager

Brookdale Senior Living, Inc. Nashville, TN

1990

10.

Brookside Senior-Living Community 5701 Brookside Circle Lowville, NY 13367 (315) 376-4333/brooksideseniorliving.org

80

62

W.E. Sheriff, CEO

Adirondack Mennonite Retirement Community

1993

11.

Snowbirds Landing 758 State Fair Blvd., Suite 101 Syracuse, NY 13209 (315) 488-0730/snowbirdslanding.com

72

55

$925-$975

New 1,000 sq. ft. plus 2 bedroom suites, on-site management, community room/ activities, laundry rooms on every floor, no smoking community wide

John Gardynski, Property Manager

Syracuse

2005

12.

The Hearth on James 830 James St. Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 422-2173/thehearth.net/James.php

71

55

$2,005-$2,295

housekeeping weekly, activities daily, emergency systems, transportation, wellness program, utilities included, onsite physical & occupational therapy

Alescia Porceng, Director of Community Relations

Hearth Management, LLC

2002

13.

The Community at Sunset Wood 118 Genesee St. New Hartford, NY 13413 (315) 733-1389/sunsetwood.org

66

62

NA

1984

14.

Lutheran Home of CNY 108 Utica Road Clinton, NY 13323 (315) 235-7141/lutherancare.org

62

62

starting at one and two-bedroom apartments which typically include a full four-course evening meal Kevin Prosser, Director of Sales $1,327 and up seven days a week, weekly housekeeping; 24-hour maintenance, and basic standard & Marketing cable; several common areas including a library, penthouse solarium with rooftop garden, community room, hair salon, and a computer lab; transportation and a wide range of concierge services $2900 medication assistance, 24-hour on-site awake staff, emergency call bells in all rooms Michele Kohl, Adult Home and bathrooms, meal preparation, housekeeping, laundry services Administrator

NA

1919

15.

Springside at Seneca Hill 10 County Route 45A Oswego, NY 13126 (315) 343-5658/oswegohealth.org

57

62

$2,428 & up or equity pymt. beginning at $50,000

Oswego Health

2000

16.

Bluefield Manor 516 Bluefield Manor Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 258-8575/bluefieldmanor.com

56

55

starting at $2447

NA

2000

17.

The Oaks at Menorah Park 18 Arbor Lane DeWitt, NY 13214 (315) 449-3309/menorahparkcny.com

50

NA

Starting at $2,400

landscaped gardens and walking paths, free laundry facilities on site, housekeeping, transportation services, 24-hour security

Jan A. Edwards, Director

Menorah Park — Syracuse, NY

1996

18.

Good Shepherd Fairview Home 80 Fairview Ave. Binghamton, NY 13904 (607) 724-2477/gsfhome.com

40

62

market

one and two-bedroom apartments, wellness center, scheduled recreational, education and religious activities

Jennifer Craig, Director of Admissions

Good Shepherd Communities

1968

19.

Partridge Knoll Independent Retirement Community 30 Sullivan Drive Canton, NY 13617 (315) 379-1428/partridgeknoll.org

38

62

starting at $2135/month

utilities, evening meal, housekeeping, laundry, transportation

Cynthia B. Lawrence, Community Manager

United Helpers

1999

20.

UHS Senior Living At Ideal 600 High Ave. Endicott, NY 13760 (607) 786-7300/uhs.net

33

NA

call for info

one- or two-bedroom units, modern kitchen, large bathrooms with a walk-in shower, emergency call systems in the bedrooms and bathroom, waitered evening meal in dining room, housekeeping, utilities, transportation, activities and care management, organized social activities, laundry

Nancy Arneson

United Health Services, Inc.

1990

21.

Bethany Village - Orchard Homes 3005 Watkins Road Horseheads, NY 14845 (607) 739-8711/bethany-village.org

23

NA

$1,485 $1,890 + utilities

maintenance, snow removal, transportation on site, activities

Kathy Woodruff

NA

1973

22.

Menorah Park Ahavath Achim Apartments 4101 E. Genesee St. Syracuse, NY 13214 (315) 449-3309/menorahparkcny.com

11

55

$600 -$900

all utilities plus cable included, weekly housekeeping, weekly transprotation to Wegman's, free laundry facilities on site

Jan A. Edwards, Director

Menorah Park — Syracuse, NY

1937

starting at housekeeping services, total maintenance, emergency pull-cord with 24-hour emergency Mark Macera, Executive Director $1,781 and up response and assistance by professional staff; priority admission to alternate levels of care, including nursing home placement if necessary

spacious cottages and apartments, modern clubhouse, multiple dining options, social & Mary Kay McKinney, Director of recreational opportunities, fitness center, swimming pool and spa, library and lounge Marketing

varies-with one main meal a day, transportation, housekeeping,activities, lawn care/snow removal, housing choice emergency response system

housekeeping, dinner meals, transportation services

Teresa Ferlito, VP & COO

maintenance-free living, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, dinner meal Cheryl Silvestrini, Administrator served daily, housekeeping and laundry services, on-site fitness room, full array of activities and community outings

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted.

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 12/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

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TOP RANKS: MEDICAL-EQUIPMENT PROVIDERS Ranked by No. of CNY Employees Rank

Name Address Phone/Website

No. of CNY Employees

No. of CNY Locations

Specialties, Other Products and/or Services

Top Executive

Year Estab.

1.

UHS Home Care 4401 Vestal Parkway East Vestal, NY 13850 (607) 763-5600/uhs.net

228

4

home nursing/case management, home telemonitoring, disease management, home health aides, personal emergency-response system, respiratory care, home infusion services, medical supplies, enteral nutrition

Joseph Cerra, President & CEO

1986

2.

Franciscan Companies 333 Butternut Drive, Suite 100 DeWitt, NY 13214 (315) 458-3600/FranciscanCompanies.com

200

10

oxygen therapy, portable oxygen concentrators, aerobic respiratory medication, CPAP, home medical equipment, enteral therapy, wound-care pumps

Frank L. Smith, President & CEO

1985

3.

Mohawk Hospital Equipment, Inc. 335 Columbia St. Utica, NY 13502 (315) 797-0570/emohawk.com

70

1

wheelchairs, walkers, beds, mattresses, crutches, canes, ostomy supplies, medical disposables, Pride lift chairs

John Weibel, Store Manager

1946

4.

Lincare, Inc. 932 Spencer St. Syracuse, NY 13204 (315) 472-0461/lincare.com

60

6

oxygen therapy, respiratory medication, CPAP, durable medical equipment, enteral therapy

Charles Galiulo, Area Manager James Conan, Center Manager

1973

5.

Marra's Homecare Equipment & Supplies Inc. 21087 State Route 12F Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 788-8280/marrashomecare.com

52

3

home oxygen service, sleep apnea products, complex rehabilitation equipment

John Marra, Owner

1987

6.

Nunn's Home Medical Equipment 1340 Floyd Ave. Rome, NY 13440 (315) 339-4084/nunnshme.com

40

1

home oxygen and CPAP equipment, enteral feeding pumps and nutrition, stair lifts, hospital beds, wheelchairs, lift chairs, bariatric equipment, mastectomy products, ramps

Joseph Ryan, President Sheila Murphy, Owner Nancy Ryan, Owner

1942

7.

CNY Medical Products, Inc. 749 W. Genesee St. Syracuse, NY 13204 (315) 428-9945/cnymedpro.com

32

3

rehabilitation and bariatric equipment for individuals up to 1,000 lbs., power and manual wheelchairs, hospital beds, walkers

John Komuda, President Lynn Komuda, Owner & Store Manager

1981

8.

AJ Medical Products 103 Horton Place East Syracuse, NY 13057 (315) 701-2822/ajmedical.net

22

2

oxygen, anesthesia, nurse call systems, used equipment, office valuations, vaccines, safety testing, ultrasound, laser, microscopes, optical repairs, surgical instruments, autoclaves, EKG machines, defibrillators, AEDs, Skytron operating room equipment

Richard Bozogian, CEO

2003

9.

TotalKare of America, Inc. 1112 E. Fayette St., 2nd Fl. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 471-4477/totalkare.com

20

1

wandering-resident security, infant and pediatric security, fall prevention, emergency response, asset and personnel tracking systems, infection-control products

Steve Bergstraesser, President & Owner

1982

10.

Danlee Medical Products, Inc. 6075 E. Molloy Road Syracuse, NY 13211 (315) 431-0143/danleemedical.com

15

1

cardiology and medical supplies, customized Holter kits

Joni Walton, President

1994

11.

Lourdes Health Support, LLC 1155 Front St. Binghamton, NY 13905 (607) 724-0115/lourdes.com

12

1

oxygen systems, sleep-apnea therapies, home pulse oximetry, power wheelchairs and scooters, hospital beds, pressure relief mattresses and cushions, orthopedic splints

Carol Grannis, Director

2002

12.

Virtual Medical Sales, Inc. 6489 Ridings Road Syracuse, NY 13206 (315) 432-4491/virtualmedicalsales.com

11

1

sales and services of MRI & CT scanners, mobile MRI service and sales

Timothy Wright, VP/Owner Michael Siano, President

2000

13.

Rothschild's Home Healthcare Center 817 E. Genesee St. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 475-5181/rothhomehealth.com

9

1

durable medical equipment, power mobility, compression garments, orthopedic support

Edward Tily, General Manager

1926

14.

Medical Arts Home Care 712 E. Fayette St. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 422-6211/medicalartshomecare.com

8

1

wheelchairs, hospital beds, ambulatory aids, mastectomy products, compression garments, diabetic supplies, incontinent goods

Mark L. Williams, President

1960

St. Elizabeth Health Support 3899 Oneida St., Suite #1 New Hartford, NY 13413 (315) 737-0310/stemc.org

8

2

oxygen systems, sleep-apnea therapies, home ventilators, pulse oximetry, enteral feeding pumps and supplies, power wheelchairs and scooters, hospital beds, pressure-reducing mattresses and cushions, orthopedic splints

Doug Firpo, Executive Director

1998

Vital Signs Medical Supply Inc. 2556 Hambletonian Way Camillus, NY 13031 (315) 320-4311/vitalsignsmedicalsupply.com

6

1

medical equipment and supplies to physicians, nursing homes, and hospitals

Kimberly Bogett, President

2010

.

Penn-York Medical Supplies, Inc. 69 Main St. Binghamton, NY 13905 (607) 773-3622/penn-yorkmobility.com

6

1

rehab. equipment, stairway elevators, vehicle modifications, power wheelchairs, scooters, seat lift, chair ramps

D. Rexford Maxey, President

1957

18.

MoPro Mobility & Healthcare Products 3232 Erie Blvd. E. Syracuse, NY 13214 (315) 472-0707/moprocorp.com

5

1

wheelchairs, walkers and accessories, lift chairs, hospital beds, footwear for hard-to-fit feet, diabetic footwear, compression hosiery, stair lifts, and ramp systems

Kevin Reap, Owner Kathy Guokas, Store Manager

2003

19.

Home & Hospital Medical Supplies New Hartford Shopping Center New Hartford, NY 13413 (315) 724-6767

4

1

rehabilitation equipment, compression therapy, orthotic supplies, durable medical equipment, wheelchairs, hospital beds

Mary Ratcliffe, President Edwin Ratcliffe, Owner Richard Davis, M.D., Owner Caroline Land, Owner

1988

20.

Advent Medical Systems 444 Valley Drive Syracuse, NY 13207 (315) 471-5492/adventms.com

3

1

products for orthopedic, orthotic and prosthetic, podiatric, and physical-therapy professionals

Thom Riddel, Owner

1988

. 16.

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted.

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 03/12, revised 12/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

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TOP RANKS: NURSING PROGRAMS SERVING CENTRAL NEW YORK Ranked by 2011-2012 Nursing Enrollment Rank

Name Address Phone/Website

2011-2012 Nursing Enrollment

Undergrad. Nursing Degrees Offered — Graduate Nursing Degrees Offered

Tuition Costs: Undergraduate — Graduate

No. of Nursing Dept. Faculty1

Other Health Care Certifications Offered

1,183

AAS nursing

$1,790/semester

7 full-time

AAS respiratory care, AAS medical assisting, allied health certificate, medical-assistant certificate, EMS/ paramedic certificate, radiologic technology certificate, surgical technology certificate

Nursing Program Director

Year Estab.

Pamela Fess, Associate Dean of Nursing and Allied Health

1970

post-master's certificate programs for: family, Joyce A. Ferrario, Dean community health, gerontological and psych-mental health nurse practitioner, certificates in advanced nursing education, disaster preparedness, & forensics health

1968

1.

Mohawk Valley Community College Health Services Dept. 1101 Sherman Drive Utica, NY 13501 (315) 792-5400/mvcc.edu

2.

Binghamton University Decker School of Nursing P.O. Box 6000 Binghamton, NY 13902 (607) 777-2000/dson.binghamton.edu

529

BS nursing — PhD rural health nursing, DNP, MS, and CNS family nursing, MS community-health nursing, MS gerontological nursing, MS nursing

$2,785/semester — $4,685/semester

59

3.

Utica College Dept. of Nursing 1600 Burrstone Road Utica, NY 13502 (315) 792-3396/utica.edu

441

BS nursing, RN to BS nursing, online program

$14,998/semester

25

-

Catherine Brownell, Nursing Department Chair

1985

4.

SUNY Upstate Medical University College of Nursing 750 E. Adams St. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 464-4570/upstate.edu

420

BS nursing — MS child, family, or family psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner; MS-CNS-medicalsurgical

$220/credit — $370/credit

25

post-master's advanced certificate programs: nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, nursing education; registered nurse first assist

Elvira Szigeti, Dean

1984

5.

Empire State College Dept. of Nursing 6333 Route 298 East Syracuse, NY 13057 (315) 472-5730/esc.edu

410

BS nursing

$232/credit hour — $390/credit hour

19

graduate certificate in health-care management

Bridget Nettleton, Nursing Program Dean

2007

6.

SUNYIT Department of Nursing & Health Professions 100 Seymour Road Utica, NY 13502 (315) 792-7295/sunyit.edu

345

BS Nursing (RN to BS in nursing; 1+2+1 program with St. Elizabeth College) — MS family nurse practitioner, MS nursing education

232/credit hour — $390/credit hour

8

adult nurse practitioner certificate, family-nurse Louise Dean-Kelly, practitioner certificate, nursing-education certificate Interim Chair, Department of Nursing & Health Professions

1974

7.

St. Joseph's College of Nursing 206 Prospect Ave. Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 448-5040/sjhcon.org

310

AAS nursing, BS nursing with Le Moyne College

$488/credit hour

30

-

Marianne Markowitz, Dean

1898

8.

Crouse Hospital School of Nursing 736 Irving Ave. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 470-7481/crouse.org/nursing

306

AAS nursing

$265/credit hour — -

30

accredited by National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission

Ann Sedore, Director

1913

9.

Keuka College Nursing Program One Keuka Business Park Penn Yan, NY 14478 (866) 255-3852/keuka.edu

227

BS nursing for RNs — MS nursing (nursing education)

$485/credit hour — $695/credit hour

18

accelerated program offered through partnership with Dr. Sparki Mangels, Chair, hospitals in Auburn, Binghamton, Oneida, Victor, and Department of Nursing Syracuse

10.

St. Elizabeth College of Nursing 2215 Genesee St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 798-8144/secon.edu

224

AAS nursing

$400/credit hour for nursing courses

1

11.

Hartwick College Dept. of Nursing One Hartwick Drive Oneonta, NY 13820 (607) 431-4780/hartwick.edu

220

BS Nursing

$35,240/year (varies by program)

11

12.

Morrisville State College Dept. of Nursing P.O. Box 901 Morrisville, NY 13408 (315) 684-6016/morrisville.edu

200

AAS nursing

$2,485/semster

15

BS human performance & health promotion, AAS massage therapy, AS health-related studies, AAS dietetic technician, AS sports, nutrition, & fitness management

Margaret Golden, Associate Dean

1965

.

Le Moyne College Dept. of Nursing 1419 Salt Springs Road Syracuse, NY 13214 (315) 445-5436/lemoyne.edu

200

BS nursing — MS nursing

$597 cr/hr — $622 cr/hr

5

dual-degree partnership in nursing with St. Joseph's College of Nursing; RN-BS Program; MS in nursing education or nursing administration certificate; RN to MS post-baccalaureate certificate, BS to MS bridge program

Susan B. Bastable, Chairperson

2004

.

Elmira College Nurse Education Program One Park Place Elmira, NY 14901 (607) 735-1890/elmira.edu

200

Four year BS in nursing. RN to BS option — none

$18,300/semester

7 full-time plus adjuncts

-

Lois Schoener, Director

1979

15.

Onondaga Community College Dept. of Nursing 4585 West Seneca Turnpike Syracuse, NY 13215 (315) 498-2360/sunyocc.edu

172

AAS nursing

$2,025/semester - in county residence

7

AAS respiratory care, AAS physical therapist assistant, AAS health-information technology, surgical-tech certificate

Christina Granato, Nursing Department Chair

1967

16.

Tompkins Cortland Community College Dept. of Nursing 170 North St. Dryden, NY 13053 (607) 844-8211/tc3.edu

148

AAS nursing

$143/credit $1,975/semester

10

chemical dependency counseling

Kimberly Sharpe, Program Chair

1969

17.

Jefferson Community College Dept. of Nursing 1220 Coffeen St. Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 786-2340/sunyjefferson.edu

82

AAS nursing

$152

19

paramedic certificate, AAS paramedic, AAS medicaloffice technologies; BS nursing (w/ Keuka College), MS FNP, (w/ SUNY Upstate Medical University)

Lisa Cooley, Nursing Department Chair

1969

18.

Arnot Ogden Medical Center School of Nursing 600 Roe Ave. Elmira, NY 14905 (607) 737-4153/arnothealth.org

60

3-year diploma in nursing

$3030

9

-

Linda MacAuslan, Director, School of Nursing

1889

-

accelerated summer program, RN mobility program, Jeanne-Marie E. Havener, 18-month accelerated program for students with Chair of Nursing Dept. previous degrees outside of nursing; summer nursing-internship program

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted. 1

Marian Kovatchitch, President

1943

1904

1943

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 08/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

May include part-time faculty

For this list, Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Otsego, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, Tompkins, and Yates counties.

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TOP RANKS: RADIOLOGICAL DIAGNOSTIC-IMAGING FACILITIES

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. . 18. 19. . 21. 22. 23. 24.

Ultrasound

11.

PET Mammography

10.

PET/CT

9.

Nuclear Medicine

8.

Mammography

7.

MRI closed

6.

MRI open

5.

Interventional

4.

Gammagram

3.

Fluoroscopy

2.

Diagnostic X-Ray

1.

UHS 10-42 Mitchell Ave. Binghamton, NY 13903 (607) 762-2176/uhs.net Arnot Health Radiology 600 Roe Ave. Elmira, NY 14905 (315) 737-4100/arnothealth.org St. Joseph's Imaging Associates 5100 W. Taft Road Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 452-2555/stjosephsimaging.com Lourdes Hospital Diagnostic Imaging 169 Riverside Drive Binghamton, NY 13905 (607) 798-5223/lourdes.com Imaging at St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center 301 Prospect Ave. Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 448-5274/sjhsyr.org Crouse Imaging Center 736 Irving Ave. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 470-7511/crouse.org Cayuga Medical Center Radiology 101 Dates Drive Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 274-4512/cayugamed.org University Radiology Associates, LLP 550 Harrison St. Syracuse, NY 13202 (315) 464-7700/ura.com CNY Diagnostic Imaging Associates 1000 E. Genesee St. Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 269-9729/cnyxray.com Upstate University Hospital at Community General Department of Medical Imaging 4900 Broad Road Syracuse, NY 13215 (315) 492-5526/cgh.org Magnetic Diagnostic Resources of CNY 4567 Crossroads Park Drive Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 454-4810/mdrcny.com CRA Medical Imaging 5008 Brittonfield Parkway, Suite 100 East Syracuse, NY 13057 (315) 234-7600/cramedicalimaging.com Rome Memorial Hospital 1500 N. James St. Rome, NY 13440 (315) 338-7027/romehospital.org Oswego Health Radiology 110 W. Sixth St. Oswego, NY 13126 (315) 349-5540/oswegohealth.org Cortland Regional Medical Center 134 Homer Ave. Cortland, NY 13045 (607) 756-3500/cortlandregional.org Northern Radiology Imaging 1571 Washington St., Suite 101 Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 786-5000/northernradiology.com St. Elizabeth Medical Center 2209 Genesee St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 798-8171/stemc.org Auburn Community Hospital Radiology 17 Lansing St. Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 255-7261/auburnhospital.org Massena Memorial Hospital One Hospital Drive Massena, NY 13662 (315) 769-4200/massenahospital.org Oneida Healthcare 321 Genesee St. Oneida, NY 13421 (315) 363-6000/oneidahealthcare.org K&A Radiologic Technology Services, Inc. 6400 Collamer Road East Syracuse, NY 13057 (315) 437-1622/ipagepro.com/kaxray Oneida Medical Imaging Center 578 Seneca St. Oneida, NY 13421 (315) 361-4300/Watertown Breast Imaging 428 Washington St. Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 782-5008/watertownbreastimaging.net Lewis County General Hospital Radiological Services 7785 North State St. Lowville, NY 13367 (315) 376-5213/lcgh.net

CT

Rank

Breast Biopsy

Name Address Phone/Website

Bone Densitrometry

Ranked by No. of Radiological-Imaging Employees

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Key Executives Matthew J. Salanger, CEO

5

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Diana Ladd, Health Administrative Director of Radiology

130

7

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Alan B. Foster, President Olga M. Stanton, Director of Radiology

128

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Brian Wetzel, Director of Diagnostic Imaging/Cardiology Vascular Lab

125

2

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Y

Robert Whitmarsh, Director Medical Imaging

105

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Brad Hellwig, Director of Medical Imaging

102

3

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Rick Kidwell, Director Imaging Services Lori Cornell, Manager, Imaging Services

79

4

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

David Feiglin, Chairman

75

4

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Christopher Tirabassi, Practice Administrator

72

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

-

-

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Cindy Cress, Director Janet Bentley, Assistant Director Thompson Richard, Assistant Director

65

11

-

Y

-

-

-

-

-

Y

Y

-

-

-

-

-

Michael J. Letizia, Sr., General Manager Donna Casselmon, Office Manager

56

2

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Mary Ann Drumm, CEO Terri Colone, COO

55

3

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Y

John R. Restivo, Medical Imaging Medical Director Sharon Carson, Medical Imaging Department Director

52

5

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Y

Kevin Kain, Director of Medical Imaging Arlene Coppola, Fulton Site Manager for Medical Imaging

50

2

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Y

Brian R. Mitteer, President & CEO

49

3

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Daniel Weber, President Dean Phillips, Director

49

2

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Robert Tan, Manager of Radiology Raphael J. Alcuri, M.D., Chairman, Department of Radiology

42

3

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Jennifer Mosch, Director of Radiology Charles Hennemeyer, M.D., Radiologist

28

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

-

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Charles F. Fahd, II, CEO

28

5

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Gene F. Morreale, President & CEO

25

3

-

-

-

Y

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Y

Kenneth Andrews, President & Owner

24

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

-

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Ralph L. Stevens, Medical Director Suzanne Hennessey, Radiology Manager

20

1

Y

Y

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Y

-

-

-

Y

Bonnie Herman, Chief Technologist

17

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

-

-

Y

Eric Burch, CEO Tara Murphy, Director

No. of Radiological Imaging Employees 208

No. of CNY Offices 8

133

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted.

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 06/12, revised 12/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

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Health-Care People-on-the-Move

NEWS BALDWINSVILLE FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER Baldwinsville Family Medical Care, an affiliate of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, has welcomed Julie King, M.D. to the practice. She received her doctorate of medicine from Albany Medical College in 2009. King King completed her residency in family medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, where she was chief resident. King received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Syracuse University. During her time at Syracuse University, she was a member of the honors program and was selected for the Ruth Meyer Scholarship for research.

MICHAUD RESIDENTIAL HEALTH SERVICES Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton has hired Mary Costigan as its new administrator. She received her undergraduate degree from SUNY Cortland and earned a master’s in social work from Syracuse Costigan University with a certificate in gerontology. As an undergraduate, she helped organize the first annual Upstate Student Society on Aging Conference. Costigan was also the first recipient of the Delmar Palm Community Service Award for her work with the Cortland County community. She began her professional career in long-term care — first as a social worker, then as a licensed nursing-home administrator. Most recently, Costigan was an administrator at a Syracuse–area facility.

OSWEGO HEALTH Leandro Bernardo, M.D., who recently completed his fellowship at Saint Louis University, has joined the active medical staff of Oswego Hospital and will be part of the health-care facility’s hospitalist team. He is a board-certified inBernardo ternist. Bernardo earned his medical degree from the University of the Philippines in Manila. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Good Samaritan Hospital in Maryland, which is affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. During his final year of residency, Bernardo was chief resident for internal medicine and earned the distinction as the most outstanding resident in his graduating class.

ST JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER

St. Joseph’s active medical staff. In emergency medicine, Ravneet Dhillon, M.D. and Matthew J. Krauthamer, D.O. In internal medicine, Phuong M. Nguyen, M.D., and in family medicine, Emily P. Rhodes, D.O.

UPSTATE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL’S COMMUNITY CAMPUS Mar y Ellen Greco, M.D., and Kristine Keeney, M.D., recently joined the medical staff of Upstate University Hospital’s Community campus. The physicians see patients in the Physician Office Building South. Both are board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians and have been well established in the Syracuse community for more than a decade. They will work to treat a wide range of breast conditions from cancer to genetic testing to lactation issues.

Greco is a graduate of Le Moyne College and she received her doctorate in medicine from SUNY Upstate Medical University. She completed her residency in general surgery at Upstate University Hospital, in addition to a fellowship in trauma and surgical critical care at the University of Maryland Medical System/R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Surgery. Keeney

is a graduate of Boston University and received her doctorate in medicine from SUNY Upstate Medical University. She completed a residency in general surgery at Upstate University Hospital, where she also served as chief resident of general surgery, and completed a Susan G. Komen fellow of breast surgical oncology at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Keeney is certified by the American Board of Surgery. q

Holistic Counseling For the mind, body, soul

Located at Energy Wellness • Salina Meadows Office Park 301 Plainfield Road, Suite 195 • North Syracuse, NY 13212

Greco

315.254.1548 • mconan@twcny.rr.com www.holisticcounseling.com

New Patients Receive Discounted Rates for Three Months

Providing dynamic insight in many of the emotional issues that individuals struggle with on a day to day basis. Keeney

Also Offering Grief Counseling, Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling, Weight Loss Counseling/Management

Martha Conan, MS CASACPT-CSp

Tradition of Excellence in Imaging Continues The radiologists of CRA Medical Imaging offer their expertise to patients and referring doctors at several convenient locations: DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING CENTER Auburn, NY 315-255-2828 COMMUNITY GENERAL HOSPITAL Syracuse, NY 315-492-5526 OSWEGO HOSPITAL Oswego, NY 315-349-5541 MEDICAL IMAGING CENTER East Syracuse, NY 315-234-7600 FULTON MEDICAL IMAGING Fulton, NY 315-592-3555 CROUSE HOSPITAL Syracuse, NY 315-470-7551 CROUSE IMAGING CENTER Syracuse, NY 315-470-5880 WELLSPRING AT CGH Syracuse, NY 315-492-5007

Sustaining leadership in technology and providing the best in compassionate patient care are the hallmarks of this premier radiology practice. At CRA Medical Imaging our group of physicians are not only globally knowledgeable in the everadvancing field of radiology, but are highly trained in specific areas of interest including women’s imaging, neuroradiology, body imaging, nuclear medicine, and interventional radiology, among others. Our investment in digital technology means that each patient receives the combined expertise of this strong team of medical professionals�no matter which of our facilities the patient visits. CRA Medical Imaging offers what every well-informed patient looks for in a premier radiology practice: patient-focused care, breakthrough technology, and the sharp eyes of highly credentialed clinicians. We go the extra distance to remain leaders in radiology.

The following individuals have joined the

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TOP RANKS: SKILLED-NURSING FACILITIES Ranked by No. of Certified Beds Rank

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. . . 14. 15. . . 18. 19. 20. . . . 24.

Name Address Phone/Website Loretto Health and Rehabilitation Center 700 E. Brighton Ave. Syracuse, NY 13205 (315) 413-3400/loretto-cny.org James Square Health & Rehabilitation Centre 918 James St. Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 474-1561 /jamessquare.com The Masonic Care Community of New York 2150 Bleecker St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 798-4800/mccny.com Willow Point Nursing Home 3700 Old Vestal Road Vestal, NY 13850 (607) 763-4400/gobroomecounty.com/wpnf Samaritan Keep Nursing Home, Inc. 133 Pratt St. Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 785-4400/samaritanhealth.com The Centers at St. Camillus 813 Fay Road Syracuse, NY 13219 (315) 488-2951/st-camillus.org LutheranCare 108-110 Utica Road Clinton, NY 13323 (315) 853-5515/lutherancare.org Presbyterian Home for Central New York, Inc. 4290 Middle Settlement Road New Hartford, NY 13413 (315) 797-7500/presbyterianhome.com Skilled Nursing at UHS3 600 High Ave. Endicott, NY 13760 (607) 786-7300/uhs.net St. Luke's Home 1650 Champlin Ave. Utica, NY 13503 (315) 624-8600/faxtonstlukes.com Chemung County Nursing Facility 103 Washington St. Elmira, NY 14902 (607) 737-2001/chemungcountynursingfacility.org ElderWood Healthcare at Tioga 37 N. Chemung St. Waverly, NY 14892 (607) 565-2861/elderwood.com St. Luke Health Services 299 E. River Road Oswego, NY 13126 (315) 342-3166/stlukehs.com St. Regis Nursing Home, Inc. 89 Grove St. Massena, NY 13662 (315) 769-2494/stregisnh.com Susquehanna Nursing and Rehabiltiation Center 282 Riverside Drive Johnson City, NY 13970 (607) 729-9206/susnursing.com Elderwood Health Care at Birchwood 4800 Bear Road Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 457-9946/elderwood.com Valley Health Services, Inc. 690 W. German St. Herkimer, NY 13350 (315) 866-3330/valleyhealthservices.org Sitrin Health Care Center, Inc. 2050 Tilden Ave. New Hartford, NY 13413 (315) 797-3114/sitrin.com Menorah Park Hodes Way Syracuse, NY 13214 (315) 446-9111/menorahparkcny.com St. Joseph Nursing Home 2535 Genesee St. Utica, NY 13501 (315) 797-1230/stjosephnh.org Manor at Seneca Hill 20 Manor Drive Oswego, NY 13126 (315) 349-5300/oswegohealth.org Crouse Community Center, Inc. 101 South St. Morrisville, NY 13408 (315) 684-9595/crousecommunity.com Syracuse Home @ McHarrie Place 7740 Meigs Road Baldwinsville, NY 13027 (315) 638-2521/mcharrielife.org Auburn Nursing Home 85 Thornton Ave. Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 253-7351/auburnagt.com

No. of Certified Beds 583

RNs 30

LPNs 68

CNAs 180

450

35

52

320

37

300

Payment Sources: % % Daily Room Rate Medicare Medicaid % Other $375 25 59 16

Services Provided1 DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

5-Star Rating2 1

153

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

private, $330 semi-private $320

9

80

11

59

154

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

2

varies

10

70

20

Robert Raffle, Executive Director

1893

42

59

127

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

$262/$272

8

81

10

Steve P. Reagan, Administrator

1969

287

3

26

91

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

private, $320 semi-private, $298

8

76

NA

1969

284

22

58

101

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

NA

21

56

23

Thomas H. Carman, CEO Paul A. Kraeger, CFO Richard A. Brooks, VP, Long Term Care & Support Services Administrator Aileen Balitz, CEO Michael Zingaro, VP Finance Michael Schafer, VP for the Nursing Facility

280

29

48

133

DN, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

$212 - $285

10

73

17

Andrew Peterson, President & CEO Christopher Durr, Administrator

1919

242

NA

NA

NA

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

2

NA

NA

NA

NA

1967

228

15

19

59

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

call for info

NA

NA

NA

Alexandra Albani, Administrator Russell A. Clark, CFO Lucy Viti, Director of Nursing Kristine C. Marriott, Assistant Administrator Mary Lou Faust, President, CEO, Administrator

202

12

41

98

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

$255-$265

19

71

NA

Kathy Perra, Acting Executive Director

1996

200

24

34

110

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

311 + 6% cash receipts assessment

8

85

7

Robert E. Page, Public Health Director Meghan Rose, Fiscal Services Supervisor

1971

200

22

36

83

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

2

NA

NA

NA

NA

Maria K. Landy, Executive Director

1971

200

15

31

73

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

2

$ 236.25

10

65

NA

Terrence Gorman, CEO and Administrator Norma Lewis, CFO Heather Mellen, HR Director

1975

162

20

23

80

DN, OT, PT, ST

4

NA

11

70

19

Wheeler Maynard, Jr., Administrator

1971

160

10

18

46

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

2

private, 300.16 semi-private, $289.44

20

60

20

Shannon Cayea-Delker, Administrator

1973

160

NA

NA

NA

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

4

NA

NA

NA

NA

Kristin Russell, Administrator

1984

160

9

40

69

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

5

private, $242 semi-private, $236

22

68

10

Lisa M. Betrus, CEO & Administrator Judith M. Way, CFO Cindy Reese, CNO

1984

156

20

52

82

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

1

$298

16

65

19

1951

132

12

21

52

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

4

private, $330 semi-private, $310

15

47

38

Edward Kowalsky, Chairman Richard A. Wilson, President & CEO Christa Serafin, CFO Melanie Marraffa, Administrator Mary Ellen Bloodgood, CEO

120

16

20

50

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

NA

$290

12

72

16

David Hartnett, CFO Frederick P. Deck, Administrator

1971

120

10

17

34

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

2

$225

19

73

NA

1999

120

8

12

56

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

4

$280

11

83

6

Maureen Annal, VP & COO Holly Magdziuk, Comptroller Esther Field, Director of Nursing Kathy Cocciole, Director of Adult Day Health Services William L. Conole, CEO Vicki Highers, CFO Warlita Schulz, CNO

120

7

15

34

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

$331.70

25

25

50

92

0

0

0

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

NA

20

65

15

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted.

Administrative Officers Derek Pierce, CFO Jack Pease, Administrator Sandra Russell, Director of Nursing Cheryl Coolican, Director of Admissions Helen Norine, Administrator Scott Murphy, Assistant Administrator Nancy Harris, VP Comm. Relations

Mark Murphy, CEO James Wiley, CFO Vivian Ludwigsen, CNO Ellen Jennings, Director of Admissions Karol Prayne, Administrator Lorie Mellini, Director of Nursing

Year Estab. 1926

1970

1969

1990

1912

1991

1851

1963

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 2/12, revised 12/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

1

DN= Dental Services, LB= Lab Services, OT= Occupational Therapy, PD= Prescription Drugs, PT= Physical Therapy, ST= Speech Therapy Medicare.gov Five-Star Overall Ratings combines three sources of data: health inspections, staffing,and quality measures. The more stars the better. 3 Skilled Nursing at UHS is a combination of Ideal and CMH Senior Living Centers. 2

Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

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TOP RANKS: BIOMEDICAL & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES Ranked by No. of CNY Employees Rank

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Name Address Phone/Website

Total No. of CNY Employees

2011 Sales Revenue ($ million)

Products or Services

Markets Served

Parent Company â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Headquarters

1,250

NA

medical-device manufacturer

medical, health care

same

950

$713.7

7501

$2,400

445

$0

drug development and manufacturing of biologic medicines

NA

375

$55

pharmaceuticals

health care

Alvogen Pharmaceuticals

Douglas L. Drysdale, CEO Terry Novak , President Elin Gabriel, COO

1887

121

$945.7

pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device

ICON Development Solutions

Mario L. Rocci, President

2002

117

$21

specializes in the strategy and delivery of earlyclinical development for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries; early phase clinical research, bioanalytical electronic flow measurement meters and sensors

Cornelis J. Drost, CEO Elizabeth Emig-Rosenkrans, VP of Finance

1983

60

$15

18

$5

manufacturer of hazardous-waste abatement semiconductor, pharmaceutical, systems such as packaged pH adjustment systems biotech, metal plating and finishes and heavy-metal removal systems

same

Richard E. Pinkowski, President

1987

10

NA

drug development in the chemistry, manufacturing, and controls disciplines offering critical expertise, service, and software solutions

same

Kenton Shultis, CEO Ann P. Kich, Partner

2003

8

NA

develops proprietary antibody-based drugs for unmet medical needs. Our Huntington's disease drug will be in human trials in mid 2013.

same

Lee Henderson, President Rick Hendrick, CFO George T. Schneider, Board Treasurer & Secretary

1995

Welch Allyn 4341 State Street Road Skaneateles Falls, NY 13153 (315) 685-4100/welchallyn.com ConMed 525 French Road Utica, NY 13502 (315) 797-8375/conmed.com Pall Corp. 3643 State Route 281 Cortland, NY 13045 (607) 753-6041/pall.com Bristol-Myers Squibb Company 6000 Thompson Road East Syracuse, NY 13057 (315) 432-2000/bms.com Norwich Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 6826 State Highway 12 Norwich, NY 13815 (607) 335-3000/norwichpharma.com ICON Development Solutions 8282 Halsey Road Whitesboro, NY 13492 (315) 768-2500/iconplc.com Transonic Systems Inc. 34 Dutch Mill Road Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 257-5300/transonic.com InfiMed, Inc. 121 Metropolitan Drive Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 453-4545/infimed.com Digital Analysis Corp. 716 Visions Drive Skaneateles, NY 13152 (315) 685-0760/phadjustment.com Rondaxe Pharma, LLC 6443 Ridings Road, Suite 125 Syracuse, NY 13206 (315) 469-2800/rondaxe.com Vybion, Inc. 33 Thornwood Drive Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 266-0860/vybion.com

medical-technology company with an emphasis sports medicine, endoscopy, on devices and equipment for minimally invasive, gastroenterology, laparoscopy, arthroscopic, general surgical, and general surgery, advanced energy gastrointestinal procedures and visualization develops and manufactures filtration products aerospace, biopharmaceutical, fuel, beverage companies

Local Company Executives

1915

same

Steve Meyer, President & CEO Joseph Hennigan, EVP & CFO Daniel Fisher, EVP & Chief HR Officer Scott Gucciardi, EVP & Chief Marketing Officer Joseph J. Corasanti, President & CEO

Pall Corp.

Lawrence D. Kingsley, President & CEO

1946

Bristol-Myers Squibb John Mosack, Executive Director & General Manager Company

hospitals, dialysis centers, Measurement pharmaceutical and medicalInnovations Corp. device industry, academic research

developer of digital medical acquisition, image processing, and sensor solutions

health care

Varian Medical Systems Palo Alto, California

pharmaceutical, biotech, clean fuel, chemicals, manufacturing, FDA, regulatory, therapeutics, diagnostics health care

Year Estab.

1970

1943

1983

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted. 1 Business Journal estimate Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 12/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

TOP RANKS: SKILLED-NURSING FACILITIES Ranked by No. of Certified Beds Rank

Name Address Phone/Website

No. of Certified Beds 90

RNs 6

LPNs 19

CNAs 35

Services Provided1 DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

5-Star Rating2 4

Payment Sources: % % Daily Room Rate Medicare Medicaid % Other $294 - $314 12 62 26

Administrative Officers Patrick Martone, CEO Anthony Durante, CFO Bonni Shippee, COO Linda Queior, Administrator

Year Estab. 1968

25.

Country Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre 1045 West St. Carthage, NY 13619 (315) 493-3220/clrchealth.com

26.

The Crossings Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre 217 East Avenue Minoa, NY 13116 315-656-7277/CLRCHealth.com

82

6

17

39

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

$285 to $390

24

47

29

Patrick R. Martone, CEO Anthony Durante, CFO Bonni Shippee, COO Ramona Gonzales, Administrator

1970

Cortland Regional Nursing & Rehab Center 134 Homer Ave. Cortland, NY 13045 (607) 756-3900/cortlandregional.org

82

25

35

65

LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

4

$300 to $350

16

64

NA

Jeffrey Earle, VP Long-Term Care Services

1993

Finger Lakes Center for Living 20 Park Ave. Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 255-7188/auburnhospital.org

80

7

22

45

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

325

21

56

23

Karen A. Jeffreys, VP of Long-Term Care Services Diane Harrington, Director of Nursing

1995

.

Alpine Rehabilitation & Nursing Center 755 E. Monroe St. Little Falls, NY 13365 (315) 823-1001

80

8

15

26

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

$245

17

70

13

Teresa Creedon, Administrator Julie Jensen, CFO Sheila Salls, Director of Nursings/CNO Dr. Deepak Buch, Medical Director

1973

.

Rome Memorial Hospital RHCF 1500 N. James St. Rome, NY 13440 (315) 338-7318/romehospital.org

80

10

10

38

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

4

private, $305 semi-private, $280

24

54

22

Tara Zgoda, Administrator

1977

31.

St. Joseph's Hospital Skilled Nursing 555 St. Joseph's Boulevard Elmira, NY 14901 (607) 733-6541/stjosephs.org

71

4

14

33

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

$288 to $312

19

61

20

Joseph Tolpa, Administrator

1908

32.

The Nottingham RHCF 1305 Nottingham Road Jamesville, NY 13078 (315) 446-0123/thenottingham.org

40

4

2

13

LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

4

$384

1

25

74

Derek Pierce, CFO Jennifer Ingerson, Executive Director, The Nottingham Tracy Engle, Director of Nursing Steve Volza, VP of Senior Housing, Loretto

1995

33.

Good Shepherd Fairview Home 80 Fairview Ave. Binghamton, NY 13904 (607) 724-2477/gsfhome.com

34

6

3

8

DN, LB, OT, PD, PT, ST

3

market

NA

NA

NA

Michael Keenan, CEO Joseph Tigue, CFO Anne Dooley, VP Administration Pat Mackey, Director HR

1968

. 28.

Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. While The Business Journal strives to print accurate information, it is not possible to independently verify all data submitted. 1 2

RESEARCH BY NICOLE COLLINS 2/12, revised 12/12 ncollins@cnybj.com

DN= Dental Services, LB= Lab Services, OT= Occupational Therapy, PD= Prescription Drugs, PT= Physical Therapy, ST= Speech Therapy Medicare.gov Five-Star Overall Ratings combines three sources of data: health inspections, staffing,and quality measures. The more stars the better.

Central New York includes Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties.

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